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Adding insult to injury

Adding insult to injury

Some have suggested that the very nature of a multi-country union is too clunky and ponderous for the nuances of a global health pandemic. ... Rohit Khanna is the Managing Director of Catalytic Health, a healthcare communication, advertising &strategy

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  • How will COVID-19 affect uptake of vaccinations against other diseases? How will COVID-19 affect uptake of vaccinations against other diseases?

    With the benefit of hindsight, it might seem easy to scoff at the following quote from Dr William Schaffner, a professor of preventive medicine and health policy at Vanderbilt University Medical ... Opportunities – time to tap in to policymakers’

  • How COVID-19 is accelerating the threat of antimicrobial resistance How COVID-19 is accelerating the threat of antimicrobial resistance

    The World Health Organization (WHO) states that antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a global concern. ... HCPs again shared webinars that focused particularly on the long-term impact of COVID-19 on AMR research and AMR health policy.

  • BRIC markets BRIC markets

    Victor G Rodwin, Professor of Health Policy and Management at Wagner, New York University, said: “Healthcare systems in BRIC countries are similar in that they all proclaim to assure universal health ... India’s healthcare system, in contrast, is

  • Creating value from value-based healthcare Creating value from value-based healthcare

    From principle to policy. As health payers around the world seek more value for money, VBHC is moving from principle to policy. ... Establish new standards of health informatics (usually via digital technologies) to measure outcomes.

  • Evolution or revolution: the latest review of NICE methods Evolution or revolution: the latest review of NICE methods

    What’s out of scope: hot topics including genomic techniques and digital health . ... Leela Barham is an independent health economist and policy expert who has worked with all stakeholders across the healthcare system, both in the UK and

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  • #DemandDiversity: Can new medical publication guidelines help fix diversity in clinical trials? #DemandDiversity: Can new medical publication guidelines help fix diversity in clinical trials?

    This means that JAMA acknowledges that trends in health outcomes can appear to be related to ethnicity and race, when they are actually a more complicated mix of a few factors. ... similar to when the Nation Institute of Health (NIH) released a policy

  • How does the government plan to reshape the NHS?

    Oli Hudson, of Wilmington Healthcare, explores the government’s new white paper, which proposes key reforms for health and social care. ... Introduction. The Government’s new white paper solidifies and codifies much of what has been happening in

  • WHITE PAPER: Why do men die younger? WHITE PAPER: Why do men die younger?

    Perhaps inspiration could be taken from Ireland, which in 2008 released the world’s first national men’s health policy. ... 14. Department of Health and Children (Ireland). National Men’s Health Policy 2008–2013.; 2008.

  • It's out - so what? It's out - so what?

    global health and pharmaceutical policy. ... Health is now a big policy topic. The Commission needs to avoid being swept along by the current public support and find real solutions to challenging issues in the sector.

  • Eldridge and Crump launch new consultancy to drive patient-centred care Eldridge and Crump launch new consultancy to drive patient-centred care

    The team uses experience in health policy, as well as behavioural and implementation science, to develop programmes. ... He adds: “Right now is a pivotal time for healthcare – not only because of COVID but because policy, technology and clinical

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